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File:Umballa Durbar 1869.jpg|thumb|Dr. Bellew as an interpreter (left) with Amir Sher Ali Khan (centre), Colonel Frederick Pollock (standing) and Colonel Crawford Trotter Chamberlain (right) in an 1869 photograph in the collection of the British Library '''Henry Walter Bellew''' Membership of the Royal College of Physicians|MRCP (30 August 1834 – 26 July 1892) was an Indian-born British medical officer who worked in Afghanistan. He wrote several books based on his explorations in the region during the course of his army career and also studied and wrote on the languages and culture of Afghanistan.
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